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Jan Walstra, Vanessa Heyvaert, Clément Mortier, Daniel Parsons, Peter Verkinderen and Kevin Woodbridge (2014)

Human impact on alluvial fan development: can human niche construction provide a conceptual framework for long-term landscape evolution?

In: Programme & Abstract Book, 3rd International Landscape Archaeology Conference, Rome, 17-20 September 2014, ed. by Gert-Jan Burgers, Rita Hermans, Corine Tetteroo, Jeremia Pelgrom, Sjoerd Kluiving, chap. 5.16, pp. 39-40, Koninklijk Nederlands Instituut Rome.

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